Manual on hills-driving through Sikkim is not for the faint-hearted, if not for Honda cars


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By the time we crossed the bridge into Sikkim, it was dark, which allowed me to experience one of Honda’s party tricks in their newer cars equipped with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS): ‘adaptive headlights’. Driving on empty, winding roads, particularly in hilly areas, typically involves toggling between high-beam and low-beam lights to accommodate oncoming vehicles. But not on these cars, as the headlights adjust automatically. Additionally, the cornering lights proved invaluable on the twisting roads, illuminating the path as I navigated through turns. Over the course of this event, I drove the entire range of Honda cars in India,...